World title number 15 for Weston duo

Lewis Mulhall and Brooklyn Chamberlain.

Lewis Mulhall and Brooklyn Chamberlain. - Credit: Archant

Two martial artists from Weston had podium finishes at the WKC World Championships held in Dublin.

LEWIS Mulhall and Brooklyn Chamberlain have both returned from the prestigious WKC World Championships in Dublin, where the pair both had podium finishes.

Brooklyn is Weston’s most successful junior kickboxer, already holding multiple titles including three world titles. At only 12-years-old, Brooklyn fought in a competitive category, facing much taller and older fighters from Canada, Germany and Ireland.

He once again proved why he is at this top level, just missing out in the semi-finals on a split decision, earning himself a deserved bronze medal.

Next up was Lewis Mulhall, Weston’s most decorated kickboxer ever. Lewis has been a member of the England kickboxing squad for the past five years, earning himself multiple titles at various weights. He gained another gold medal, taking his tally to 12 world titles.

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Lewis and Brooklyn would like to thank their sponsors Dave Chamberlain Roofing and Premier Kutz Barber Shop.

Lewis is fighting on Saturday at the Winter Gardens, in another title defence. He will be taking on undefeated Kyle Gargett from Plymouth in a unification title fight.

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The pair train at Weston’s Weston Warriors, situated upstairs of Flex.FA in Worle. The gym is run by Lewis himself and professional boxing coach and former kickboxing world champion Stuart Davies. They offer classes for all ages from four years upwards.

For any information on any classes or tickets for the upcoming event, please visit or call Lewis on 07912 615979, or for a free trial to any of the classes please pop in to the gym.

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